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FOX News
Oct 26, 2012 8:00am PDT
as an honored guest at game 2 of the world series at san francisco's ballpark. harris faulkner has more. harris? >> jenna, a chance for fans to expect their well wishes to brian stow and see he is doing phenomenally well. even so his life will not be the same as you can imagine. you recall the beatdown outside of dodger stadium that left brian stow with severe brain injuries. doctors said it would be a long road and his life would be different. brian has two children. he used to be a paramedic did. his family says his days are so filled with physical pain. sometimes it feels like he has a broken hand or a broken foot although he doesn't. and brian's memory they say is unpredictable. but he still loves to have fun like attending last night's game 2 of the world series as a guest of the san francisco giants his favorite team. his family says by the way they have an online blog. they wrote recently, when brian's not watching baseball he does carry objection key -- karaoke twice a week and eye the tiger and and genie in a boot tell. about the beating he suffered, two suspects are ordered to stand t
FOX News
Oct 18, 2012 8:00am PDT
,000. cloud yeah cowan is live in san francisco for us now. >> reporter: jon, whether it's because they are bull i shall on the holidays or simply need to replenish their workforce after laying people off during the year restalers plan to fill some 700,000 positions this holiday season, 40,000 more than last year. macy's is looking to hire 80,000 seasonal workers. kohl's has about 52,000 positions up 10% from last year. toys r us is hiring 45,000 holiday workers about 5,000 more than last year. walmart also announcing an increase in seasonal workers. employment experts say the big numbers could be an indication that the tight job market is easing. applicants we spoke to are counting on it. >> my hope is to get a second job especially for the holidays. everything is going to be doubled and i can really use the money for rent and especially for gifts for christmas, you know. >> in this holiday season from the big numbers, these hiring numbers we are seeing coming out of the retailers it says that we are no longer in the depths of the recession, we are digging out of the high debt day
FOX News
Oct 31, 2012 8:00am PDT
to reopen. that is helping to ease this travel nightmare. this is a scene in san francisco, just one of the airports dealing with a flood of passengers, stranded by 18,000 plus fights canceled due to the storm. runways at new york's laguardia, airport, that is the runway, still underwater. however, jfk and newark airports again, big international hubs, both reopened this morning. they have limited service but at least they're trying to get back in business. jon: wow! our coverage of the aftermath of superstorm sandy continues. dramatic video showing sandy's reach in the great lakes next hour. we'll also speak live with the coast guard patrolling lake michigan about the problems they're facing there. >>> also the snow keeps coming in the mountain state. the latest on blizzard conditions right now in west virginia. >>> plus, less than a week away, six days until the presidential election, governor romney and president obama about to return to the campaign trail. we'll update you. >> reporter: fox news alert, we're here in the control room monitoring the after effects of santa, and we -
FOX News
Oct 2, 2012 8:00am PDT
outside of san francisco. in opening statements defense attorneys telling the jury that a smoldering july just see called esteban to lose it. text messages will play a bill role in 24 tria this trial as prosecutors will show threatening tex from esteban, both to her child and to lee, telling her husband that michelle lee had dug her own grave by having an affair with him. gregg: the old heat of passion sudden impulse defense, sometimes it works. we'll wait and see. jenna: fox news alert. early voting begins today in the key battleground state of ohio. there is also some breaking news on a tough new voter i.d. requirement in pennsylvania. a judge is now blocking that new requirement, ordering it not be enforced in the presidential election. democrats have mounted a furious opposition to this law that requires each voter to show a valid photo i.d. before filling out a ballot. republicans say it's necessary to prevent election fraud. at lowe's for now it's no least for now it's not going to happen in the state of philadelphia. judge andrew napolitano is a judicial analyst. why now so close t
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